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Facebook and other social media platforms may endanger your estate.
Ten hidden phone features to make your life easier.
There are ways to throw off the technology tracking your online activity.
Have you ever wondered what happens in just one internet minute?
Are you getting the internet speed you are paying for? Here is how to check
Rather than shun digital advances, use them to stay involved for longer.
Christmas is a time when online cybercriminals work their hardest.
Do you know that some websites track how often you visit and any products you ...
Dozens of organisations can access your data under the guise of preventing criminal activity.
Keep your account secure from hackers with two-factor authorisation.
Residential made 167,831 complaints to the Ombudsman in the last financial year.
Watchdog orders NBN to lift its game on internet delays and faults.
NBN telcos warned not to ‘pass the buck’ on complaints, or else.
While you may think all of your files are safe at home, you could lose ...
Australians over 65 are the fastest-growing new adopters of non-formal online education.
Google has confirmed that it allows some apps to read and analyse inboxes.
Draft legislation will give the Government power to access your smartphone data.
Residential broadband customers continue to shift to higher-speed NBN plans.
Explained: how to remove a saved password from your web browser.
The ACCC’s latest broadband speed data shows some concerning results.
Fear not: erasing yourself from the internet is possible.
Surfing the web can be risky business, so which is the safest browser?
Personal data portability will help Aussies get better deals, says ACCC
Increase your privacy and keep your data secure by clearing your browser history and cache.
Around 2.7 million Aussies aged 50 years and over have little online engagement.
The internet can save you money on eyewear, especially if your prescription is simple.
There's a poetic way to create a secure password that’s easy to remember.
Federal Court forces Optus to pay $1.5m for misleading NBN customers.
The amount of money lost to scams in 2017 will shock you.
The ACCC is investigating why Google charges it users to be spied upon.
Telstra’s rollout of 5G in the Gold Coast turns out to be something, well, not ...
Speeds and connection problems dominate customer issues.
Swinburne University develops a model to build digital literacy among over 60s.
Kerry wants to know if she has to sign up to an expensive deal to ...
Dodo and iPrimus join list of providers misleading over broadband internet speeds.
If you’re switching to NBN, you’ll need to know how to manage your health monitors. ...
Your very own fast, secure wifi hotspot in the palm of your hand.
Inaction and delays putting non-monitored medical alarm users at risk.
These five simple tips will help to make your home’s wifi internet faster.
Telstra agrees to pay refunds to those not receiving advertised internet speeds.
Telecommunications complaints increased by 41.1 per cent in the last financial year.
People don’t realise the danger they face when using public wifi.
A secure internet connection projects your device and software from being hacked.
The ACCC has revealed its list of tricks most likely to catch unwary Aussies.
Follow these simple steps to protect your valuable personal information.
Joint standing committee urges NBN to lift its game with technology delivery.
Browser add-ons can enhance your online experience in many ways.
Australian internet users have been warned to expect significantly slower internet speeds.
ANZ Bank customers are being urged not to fall for new convincing scam.
How does cloud storage work? And is it a secure way to store photos and ...
Do you use ‘incognito’ mode? It might not hide as much as you think!
The ACCC has listed three strategies to ensure that customers get what they pay for.
Older Australians are the victims of NBN impersonators stealing their money and info.
The ACCC is calling for a change to "frankly terrible" advertising of NBN speeds.
Australia ranks 55th in broadband download speed tests.
ACMA is set to investigate issues with the National Broadband Network.
Are you sick of autoplay ads and videos? We have a solution.
Millions of Australians forced onto the NBN will pay more money for slower internet speeds.
Follow our helpful hints on how to keep your Facebook account secure.
Web connectivity for older people: what are your rights?
The NBN rollout reached the halfway mark on Monday.
Four everyday technologies that are spying on you, and how to turn them off.
Consumer group CHOICE rates the nation’s best and worst internet providers.
Smart TVs, your car, if it is connected to the internet it needs protecting.
These free internet browsers can make browsing the internet quicker and more customisable.
Did you know that your internet browser keeps a detailed record of every website you ...
Ryan’s 10 simple keyboard shortcuts will make browsing the web quicker and easier.
Tired of waiting for webpages to load? Here are eight great ways to make your ...
Problems browsing? Here’s how to clear your history and cache, and restart with a clean ...
Do you really need to keep your landline?
Trolls belong under bridges, here’s how to put them back in their place.
New research shows that computer scientists can guess your PIN with 70 per cent accuracy.
ACCC warns consumers about the latest tricks targeting your computer.
Discover the real reasons you should never Google your symptoms.
Many Australians are unaware of the consequences of not switching to the NBN.
The Akamai State of the Internet Report reveals Australia’s failing internet speeds.
Don’t be taken in by these nasty online travel scams.
Australian smartphone and tablet users need to more vigilant.
A new update to the Telstra BigPond email service is causing emails to go undelivered.
Qantas will commence trialling fast, free wifi on its domestic flights.
Password security firm, Keeper, has released its list of the 25 worst passwords of 2016.
Telcos expected to launch a 5G network throughout Australia by 2020.
The cost of return shipping stops lots of people from shopping online.
Australians are spending 22 days per year more online than two years ago.
Stretch your device’s data plan further with these handy tips.
The Census website is back up and running but is it actually safe?
ABS confirms that the Census website was hacked last night.
You may have heard of podcasts, but do you know how to find them?
Public inquiry into internet companies’ failure to deliver advertised broadband speeds.
Do you twitch at the thought of losing your phone? Spend hours staring at a ...
Do you pay for an accountant to do your taxes? Why not try myTax – ...
CHOICE claims Telstra customers should be allowed to break fixed contracts
Using your digital devices is so much easier with our 10 clever tech tips.
Australia now ranks inside the top 10 for 4G speeds and the top 20 for ...
Should the Government enlist the help of cyber-savvy civilians to help fight cybercrime?
Bookmark your favourite websites to access them quickly and easily.
Discover how to set your favourite website as your browser’s default home page.
Slow internet is annoying but is it really worth getting angry about?
Sharing web content with your loved ones is as easy as a tap and a ...
Travelling overseas soon? Find out how to avoid paying for wifi while away.
Discover how to use Apple’s handy ‘Find My iPhone’ feature to track your missing device.
SplashData has released its annual ‘Worst Passwords List’ for 2015.
Find out what the top searches, trends and more were in Australia for 2015.
How words, such as ‘cloud’ and ‘troll’, mean something different online.
The results of a recent survey of over 4,000 baby boomers may surprise you!
Europe will be scrapping mobile data roaming charges from 2017.
Follow our simple steps to protect your online privacy.
Find out how to delete your browser history and keep your online footprints to yourself. ...
‘Haha’ is now the most popular, pushing ‘lol’ from its perch.
An ACCC draft decision may see internet prices fall for millions of Australian internet users.
A few of the most common internet phrases and what they mean.
Greens senator Scott Ludlam’s tips for keeping your metadata private.
Learn how to create a memorable and hack-proof internet password.
Have you ever wondered how the internet in Australia compares to the rest of the ...
Victorian police officers sought access to customer metadata 63,000 times in 2013/14.
Here’s how to turn your smartphone into a personal wifi hotspot.
Find free wifi both home and abroad with www.wefi.com.
NBN Co has announced the next stage of the controversial broadband network.
The five best websites for simply wasting time.
New anti-terror laws are expected to pass the senate before the end of the week. ...
Drew explains how to reset your homepage in four different browsers
Is your password one of the most common?
After reaching a high of $1000 yesterday, how high will the Bitcoin price go?
Drew explains how to setup Outlook’s new ‘must use’ security feature.
Drew looks at the best broadband internet plans on the market to help you ...
Self-diagnosis via Dr. Google can be dangerous, yet tempting.
Drew explains how to protect your private information and stay protected online.
Q. Mary I am going on a cruise later this year ...
The internet and telephone data of every Australian could be retained.
Most people consider an internet connection to be an essential service.
Over the next three years 6000 homes, businesses and schools per week will be ...
The usernames, passwords, home addresses and full names of 60,000 Telstra bundle customers have ...
Did you know that social media has overtaken pornography as the number one activity on the internet, or that one in eight couples in Americamet online? This four minute video, Social Media Revolution , is full of these kinds of fascinating facts.
The validity of the National Broadband Network (NBN) has been hotly debated in government ...
With the rollout of the NBN (National Broadband Network) underway, you may be wondering ...
The cost of cybercrime in Australia surpassed burglary and assault in 2010, according to ...
A new study released by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has revealed that ...
For budding writers, getting a book published in physical form has been a challenge ...
When it comes to shopping online, security is paramount. Whilst it can be enticing to maximise the great discounts which can be found throughout the internet, online scammers can turn your profits into losses if you don’t stay within the boundaries of trusted websites and follow YOURLifeChoices ...
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